1978, 1979) 'Notes on consumption, investment and effective demand' I and II, Cambridge Journal of Economics, 2(4), pp.
What does CJE stand for?
CJE stands for Cambridge Journal of Economics
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- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 26 other meanings of CJE in our Acronym Attic
- Chronological Julian Day Number
- Central Jersey Disney Pin Traders
- Canadian Journal of Development Studies
- Chicago Jewish Day School (Chicago, IL)
- Columbus Jewish Day School (New Albany, OH)
- Cecil Junior Dance Troupe (North East, MD)
- Christian-Jewish Dialogue of Toronto (Canada)
- Commission on Judicial Disabilities and Tenure (Washington, DC)
- Criminal Justice Drug Team (UK)
- Committee for Justice for Domingo and Viernes (Philippines)
- Campylobacter Jejuni
- Canadian Journal of Economics
- Canadian Journal of Education
- Carrefour Jeunesse Emploi (Canadian youth employment firm)
- Cercle des Jeunes Entrepreneurs (French: Circle of Young Entrepreneurs)
- Certified Journalism Educator
- Chicago Jazz Ensemble (Chicago, IL)
- Club Jeep de l'Est (French: Jeep Club East; Canada)
- Club Junior-Entreprises (French: Junior Enterprise Club)
- Collège Jean-Eudes (Canadian private school)
Samples in periodicals archive:
A September 2005 Cambridge Journal of Economics essay by Steven Horwitz, which lays out a Hayekian defense of the family, posits that the more time saved by outsourcing and labor-saving devices, the more time parents can spend "being involved with their children in extracurricular activities such as sports or the arts" The brand of "round-the-clock worry" motherhood that Flanagan says she's chosen to pursue is helped, not hindered, by increased specialization of labor.
A recent paper in the Cambridge Journal of Economics talks about how it works.